School of Modern Languages

Research Seminars

Research Seminars

Our research seminars are an opportunity to meet across languages and disciplines to discuss current research with external speakers, staff and students.

  • Research Seminar: The Scene/圈: Sexual Being and Belonging in the Lives of Gay Men in Hainan, China

    Date/Time: Thursday 25th January 2018, 16:00-17:00

    Venue: Old Library Building 5.21

  • The Art of Ingenuity: A Brief History of the Chinese Swindle Story

    Focusing on the example of China, this talk will highlight one thread running through literary history: connoisseurship of the swindler’s ingenuity.

    Date/Time: 5 October 2017 16:00-17:00

    Venue: PERB G.05, The Percy Building, Newcastle University.

  • Research Seminar: Linguistic and cultural challenges presented by ‘key words’

    Date/Time: Thursday 16th November 2017, 16:00-17:00

    Venue: Research Beehive 2.22

  • Research Seminar: When Trains of Thoughts and Sounds collide – why interpreter trainees are prone to dual-task interference?

    Date/Time: Thursday 2nd November 16:00-17:00

    Venue: Barbara Strang Teaching Centre 2.39

  • From Literati's Song to a Nation's Soft Power: Music and Society in Ming China 1368 -1644

    Date/Time: Thursday 23rd November 2017, 16:00-17:00

    Venue: Newcastle University

  • The Operating Mechanism of Technological Entrepreneurial Incubate Chain

    Date/Time: 15 December, 16:00-18:00

    Venue: Room 3.07, Newcastle University Business School

  • Multiple Cases study on Cultural Integration Mode of Cross-Border M&As for Chinese Enterprises

    Date/Time: 16 December, 16:00-18:00

    Venue: Room 3.07, Newcastle University Business School

  • Regard sur les Ouighour-e-s: ‘Implicit politics’, cultural advocacy and gender wars in the ‘Uyghur Region’ (Xinjiang) and the Diaspora

    Date/Time: 16:00-17:00 Thursday 24th November 2016

    Venue: Armstrong 2.09

  • The French Question

    Date/Time: 16:00-17:00 Thursday 8th December 2016

    Venue: Research Beehive 2.22, Old Library Building, Newcastle University

  • The genesis of Le Diable au corps (Autant-Lara, 1947) a French recipe for a “quality” script

    Date/Time: 16:00-17:00 Thursday 1st December 2016

    Venue: Research Beehive 2.20, Old Library Building, Newcastle University

  • Robots using Fax Machines? - Navigating disparate images of Japan’s relationship with technology

    Date/Time: 30th Nov 2016 (Wed) 4pm - 6pm

    Venue: Research Beehive 2.20, Old Library Building, Newcastle University